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Cup Spy Sept 26: Defence comes into focus Cup Spy Sept 26: Defence comes into focus Emirates Team NZ sailed their AC75 for the first time in over a month at the Defence venue Emirates Team NZ sailed their AC75 for the first time in over a month, with co-helmsman Nathan Outteridge saying after the session that the Kiwis had shifted their focus to understanding the nuances of the venue by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 28 Sep 00:49 NZDT Youth and Womens teams train on AC40 simulator Youth and Womens teams train on AC40 simulator AC40 training has begun for the fast-coming next generation of foiling talent With twelve teams entered for the Youth and Puig Women's America's Cup competitions in Barcelona in 2024, AC40 training has begun for the fast-coming next generation of foiling talent. by America's Cup Media Posted 27 Sep 23:22 NZDT Cup Spy Sept 25: The twists and turns of testing Cup Spy Sept 25: The twists and turns of testing Two teams sailed on Monday - Alinghi off Barcelona and Luna Rossa off Cagliari Two teams sailed on Monday - Alinghi Red Bull Racing off Barcelona, continuing their AC40 development program from last week. Luna Rossa resumed sailing off Cagliari, in their LEQ12 test boat. The Swiss are expected to switch to their AC75 soon. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 26 Sep 21:05 NZDT 5.5 Metre World Championship at Porto Cervo Day 3 5.5 Metre World Championship at Porto Cervo Day 3 Artemis fight back, John B moved up to third after winning the last race of the day Artemis put in the best performance on day 3 of the 2023 5.5 Metre World Championship at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo, Sardinia, to pull back to within three points of event leaders Aspire. by Robert Deaves Posted 28 Sep 06:51 NZDT Barton Carbon Tiller Extensions Barton Carbon Tiller Extensions We spoke to Lee from CF by LandL to find out more about the range Barton Marine have launched a technically enhanced range of strong, lightweight and colourful Carbon Tiller Extensions suitable for all dinghy types. We spoke to Lee from CF by LandL during the Southampton International Boat Show to find out more. by Mark Jardine Posted 28 Sep 02:00 NZDT Halifax to host ROCKWOOL Canada Sail Grand Prix Halifax to host ROCKWOOL Canada Sail Grand Prix First ever Canadian SailGP to take place June 1-2, 2024 Halifax has been selected as the first-ever city in Canada to host a Sail Grand Prix. The inaugural ROCKWOOL Canada Sail Grand Prix will take place June 1-2, 2024. by SailGP Posted 28 Sep 01:09 NZDT Baltic 111 Raven foiling trials completed Baltic 111 Raven foiling trials completed Reaching sustained speeds in the high twenties Early sailing trials for the foil-assisted Baltic 111 Raven have been described as 'very successful' as the super-lightweight sloop showed impressive reliability and reached sustained speeds in the high 20s during 10 consecutive days of sailing. by Baltic Yachts Posted 27 Sep 19:28 NZDT Zhik turns 20! Zhik turns 20! 20 Years of Innovation and Success Two decades ago, Zhik embarked on a remarkable journey fuelled by passion for innovation, commitment to excellence, and unrivalled dedication to sailors and water sports people worldwide. by Zhik Posted 27 Sep 07:36 NZDT 5.5 Metre World Championship at Porto Cervo Day 2 5.5 Metre World Championship at Porto Cervo Day 2 Aspire seizes the lead Aspire (POL 17, Mateusz Kusznierewicz, Przemyslaw Gacek, Edward Wright) has taken the lead at the 2023 5.5 Metre World Championship at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo, Sardinia, after two more races on Tuesday, in very different conditions. by Robert Deaves Posted 27 Sep 07:34 NZDT McIntyre Ocean Globe Yacht drifting mariner rescue McIntyre Ocean Globe Yacht drifting mariner rescue 90 miles off Dakar in Pirate waters! At 12:09 UTC, Outlaw AU (08) / Captain Campbell Mackie, contacted McIntyre Ocean Globe race headquarters stating they'd come in contact with a sole male drifting in a 20ft canoe, 90nm off the coast of Dakar. by Ocean Globe Race Posted 27 Sep 07:20 NZDT Greenslade, Brady round out Bermuda Gold Cup fleet Greenslade, Brady round out Bermuda Gold Cup fleet Entrant list complete with Bermuda National Champion and past America's Cup tactician The lineup for the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club's Bermuda Gold Cup, a World Championship event of the World Match Racing Tour scheduled Oct. 2-7, is complete, with all 16 entrants confirmed. by Royal Bermuda Yacht Club Posted 27 Sep 04:10 NZDT Racing news for North America this week Racing news for North America this week Global Solo Challenge and Ocean Globe Race updates, SailGP news As the season's first atmospheric river starts to gain steam here in the Pacific Northwest, I find myself day dreaming about the two around-the-world races that are currently unfurling. by David Schmidt Posted 27 Sep 04:00 NZDT J Class pair line up in Ibiza J Class pair line up in Ibiza Topaz and Svea set at the third edition of the Ibiza JoySail regatta J Class pair Topaz and Svea will line up over the next four days on the beautiful waters off Ibiza and Formentera as they compete at the third edition of the Ibiza JoySail regatta for Maxi and Supermaxi yachts. by J Class Association Posted 27 Sep 03:55 NZDT America's Cup: 40th anniversary of Australian win America's Cup: 40th anniversary of Australian win Today, September 26th is the 40th anniversary of Australia II's win in the America's Cup off Newport Today, September 26th is the 40th anniversary of Australia II's win in the America's Cup off Newport, Rhode Island - handing the New York Yacht Club their first ever defeat since the first defence in 1870 by Richard Gladwell Sail-World.com/nz Posted 27 Sep 00:24 NZDT GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla day 3 and 4 GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla day 3 and 4 First wave world champions crowned in Dakhla The US's Moona Whyte and Cape Verde's Wesley Brito won the first-ever world titles in the Wave discipline on the GWA Wingfoil World Tour in Dakhla, Morocco. by Ian MacKinnon Posted 26 Sep 21:53 NZDT SailGP and Women's Sports Group join forces SailGP and Women's Sports Group join forces WSG to provide advisory services on commercial partnerships In a year that has seen explosive growth in the interest and investment of women's sport, the Women's Sports Group (WSG) is joining forces with SailGP, the world's most exciting racing on water, to supercharge its game-changing Women's Pathway. by SailGP Posted 26 Sep 21:06 NZDT 5.5 Metre World Championship at Porto Cervo Day 1 5.5 Metre World Championship at Porto Cervo Day 1 Epic opening day in Sardinia After winning the Scandinavian Gold Cup here on Sunday, on Monday The Jean Genie (GBR 43, Peter Morton, Andrew Palfrey, Ruairadh Scott) showed the fleet a clean pair of heels to win the first two races of the 2023 5.5 Metre Worlds. by Robert Deaves Posted 26 Sep 17:06 NZDT McIntyre Ocean Globe dodging dreaded doldrums McIntyre Ocean Globe dodging dreaded doldrums Fleet split in three with Pen Duick VI, Translated 9, Maiden UK and Spirit of Helsinki neck & neck It's just two weeks since the 14-strong fleet left Southampton and there's already been a helicopter rescue, diversion, weather warning, no wind, yacht speeds of 19 knots, flying fish, home sicknesses, blown spinnakers, quiche Lorraine and many tweets. by Ocean Globe Race Posted 26 Sep 08:01 NZDT MacBrien and Phoenix ready to take flight MacBrien and Phoenix ready to take flight Class40 sailor ready for the Global Solo Challenge William MacBrien, the only Canadian skipper entered in the Global Solo Challenge, is a man of many passions: not only an experienced sailor but also a skydiver who holds two records in Canada, with over 3,000 jumps to his credit. by Margherita Pelaschier / Global Solo Challenge Posted 26 Sep 03:47 NZDT Cape Horn Hall of Fame inductees 2023 Cape Horn Hall of Fame inductees 2023 4 Whitbread/Volvo/Ocean Race Veterans and 2 record-breaking female solo circumnavigators inducted Les Sables d'Olonne home to the Cape Horn Hall of Fame witnessed the induction of 6 new names to its honours board during the opening of a new clubhouse dedicated to the history of this most famous of all Capes and the sailors who have rounded it. by International Association of Cape Horners Posted 26 Sep 02:43 NZDT SailGP: Kiwis hope to be back for Spain SailGP: Kiwis hope to be back for Spain Emirates GBR has picked up its second consecutive event win, after the Final was abandoned Emirates GBR has picked up its second consecutive event win after the Rockwool Italy Sail Grand Prix in Taranto three-boat final against Australia and the United States was terminated due to light winds on Sunday. by Natalie Fortier Posted 26 Sep 01:33 NZDT Harken Elliott 5.9 Traveller Series - Opua Harken Elliott 5.9 Traveller Series - Opua The Harken Elliott 5.9 Traveller Series in Opua attracted a very competitive fleet of twelve boats The Harken Elliott 5.9 Traveller Series in Opua attracted a very competitive fleet of twelve Elliott 5.9s. by Gareth Howard - Elliott 5.9 Association Posted 26 Sep 00:14 NZDT 2023 KDY Women's Match Race Overall 2023 KDY Women's Match Race Overall WINGS clinch Denmark win and Women's World Tour title Sweden's WINGS match racing team led by Anna Östling have been crowned 2023 Women's World Match Racing Tour champions after winning the final stage of the tour at the KDY Women's Match Race in Skovshoved Harbour. by Women's WMRT Posted 25 Sep 23:13 NZDT Cup Spy Sept 22-23: Swiss coy on new system Cup Spy Sept 22-23: Swiss coy on new system Brits stop test session after foil cracks identified The week ended with several America's Cup team members competing in the Italy SailGP, with AC co-helms finishing in the top four places on the leaderboard. The testing continued off Barcelona, with the Swiss and Brits testing sails and foils. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 25 Sep 21:59 NZDT Barton Marine launch Outboard Motor Sling Barton Marine launch Outboard Motor Sling Alongside the market premiers of the Tuphblox Tufnol range and Carbon Fibre Tiller Extension series Barton Marine launched a new Outboard Motor Sling alongside the market premiers of the Tuphblox Tufnol range and Carbon Fibre Tiller Extension series at the Southampton International Boat Show 2023. by Barton Marine Posted 25 Sep 20:00 NZDT 2023 Formula Kite Europeans in Portsmouth overall 2023 Formula Kite Europeans in Portsmouth overall Aldridge and Pianosi take gold for Britain and Italy Ellie Aldridge and Riccardo Pianosi have won the first major senior titles of their Olympic careers at the 2023 Formula Kite European Championships in Portsmouth, England. by Andy Rice Posted 25 Sep 11:47 NZDT Bosphorus Cup overall Bosphorus Cup overall Three races beneath Hagia Sophia on the final day The ultimate day of competition at the Bosphorus Cup looked set to be light for the 80 competing yachts. However through a combination of local knowledge from event organiser Orhan Gorbon and smart race management from PRO Nino Shmueli by James Boyd / Sailing Intelligence Posted 25 Sep 11:12 NZDT Upcycling your Recycling – Sister from another Mr Upcycling your Recycling – Sister from another Mr Over on our sister site Powerboat.World, we ran an Editorial entitled, Upcycling your Recycling Recently, over on our sister site Powerboat.World, we ran an Editorial entitled, Upcycling your Recycling. It looked at how the carbon fibre mould for a Volvo 70 was to become a stabilised monohull for long distance, super-efficient cruising. by John Curnow, Editor, Sail World AUS Posted 25 Sep 11:00 NZDT Which thermal top should I choose? Which thermal top should I choose? Level up your cold water game by selecting the right Vaikobi thermal top for the conditions It's tempting to layer-up your existing tops when the weather is cool, but this can lead to excess bulk and overheating. by Vaikobi Posted 25 Sep 08:46 NZDT 2023 Star Worlds at Tuscany, Italy overall 2023 Star Worlds at Tuscany, Italy overall Max Kohlhoff and Ole Burzinski crowned champions Dreams come true when you work hard for them. Max Kohlhoff and Ole Burzinski won the 2023 Star World Championship today in Marina di Scarlino, Tuscany, after three years of dedication, training, and passion for sailing and for the Star boat. by ISCYRA Posted 25 Sep 08:26 NZDT 2023 5.5m Scandinavian Gold Cup overall 2023 5.5m Scandinavian Gold Cup overall The Jean Genie wins and 5.5 Metre World Championship opened in Porto Cervo On a day that delivered far more than was promised, The Jean Genie (GBR 43, Peter Morton, Andrew Palfrey, Ruairadh Scott) has won the 2023 Scandinavian Gold Cup on Sunday at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo. by Robert Deaves Posted 25 Sep 08:17 NZDT Emirates Great Britain secure back to back wins Emirates Great Britain secure back to back wins Winning the ROCKWOOL Italy Sail Grand Prix title in Toranto After a weekend of two halves, Ben Ainslie's Emirates Great Britain SailGP Team has secured back to back wins, adding the ROCKWOOL Italy Sail Grand Prix title to his France Sail Grand Prix win from two weeks ago in Saint-Tropez. by SailGP Posted 25 Sep 06:52 NZDT GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla day 2 GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla day 2 Battle for first men's wingfoil wave world title still wide open as athletes find a new gear The showdown for the first world title in the wave discipline that will be decided at the GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla Presented by Armstrong Foils intensified as the action ramped up in Morocco. by Ian MacKinnon Posted 25 Sep 01:27 NZDT Oceanbridge NZ Youth World Match Racing Trials Oceanbridge NZ Youth World Match Racing Trials a closely fought final race between USA's Max Brennan and the RNZYS Performance Program team In a closely fought sudden death final race between USA's Max Brennan and the RNZYS Performance Programme team helmed by Jack Frewin, experience won the day and the Oceanbridge Auckland Match Racing Championship. by Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron Posted 25 Sep 00:38 NZDT Balmain 18ft Skiff Racing Team Balmain 18ft Skiff Racing Team Ambitious young champions aim for the podium As we approach the start of the Australian 18 Footer League's 2023-24 season, with Race 1 of the Spring Championship to be sailed on Sunday, October 8, the Balmain team is looking to build on its spectacular finish to 2022-23. by Frank Quealey Posted 24 Sep 18:53 NZDT 2023 Formula Kite Europeans in Portsmouth Day 5 2023 Formula Kite Europeans in Portsmouth Day 5 Aldridge disentangles her way to the final Ellie Aldridge sailed a blindingly good day to launch herself into pole position at the 2023 Formula Kite European Championships in Portsmouth, England. by Andy Rice Posted 24 Sep 11:52 NZST KDY Women's Match Race - Final 4 through to semis KDY Women's Match Race - Final 4 through to semis Three Danish skippers and one Swedish skipper make it through The three Danish skippers Camilla Ulrikkeholm, Lea Richter Vogelius and Kristine Mauritzen advanced to the semi-finals of the 2023 KDY Women's Match Race today after the eight teams completed the second qualifying round-round stage of the four-day event. by Women's WMRT Posted 24 Sep 11:00 NZST Bosphorus Cup Day 2 Bosphorus Cup Day 2 Bosphorus shows off his ancient magnificence Saturday's Bosphorus Cup race took place on the famous strait after which Turkiye's leading regatta is named, the ribbon of water that geographically separates Europe from Asia. by James Boyd / Sailing Intelligence Posted 24 Sep 09:02 NZST 2023 Star Worlds at Tuscany, Italy Day 5 2023 Star Worlds at Tuscany, Italy Day 5 Four races completed and a new provisional leader Day Five of the 2023 Star World Championship started with another couple of hours' wait ashore. The 200 sailors feared the morning would follow the same dreaded pattern of the previous days. by ISCYRA Posted 24 Sep 08:08 NZST Platoon win 2023 52 SUPER SERIES season title Platoon win 2023 52 SUPER SERIES season title After a one race light winds showdown on the Bay of Palma After finishing on the end of season overall podium five times, Harm Müller-Spreer and his German flagged Platoon crew finally clinched the 2023 52 SUPER SERIES title after a one race light winds showdown on the Bay of Palma. by 52 Super Series Posted 24 Sep 06:24 NZST Emirates Great Britain lead the fleet Emirates Great Britain lead the fleet On opening day of Italy Sail Grand Prix Following an event win in Saint-Tropez only two weeks ago, the Emirates Great Britain SailGP Team put in three solid races - in challenging conditions - with a 2-3-3 race record for on the opening day of the ROCKWOOL Italy Sail Grand Prix in Taranto. by SailGP Posted 24 Sep 06:18 NZST Beyou and Cammas win Défi Azimut 48-Hours Beyou and Cammas win Défi Azimut 48-Hours Charal competitive on all points of sail Charal is one of the most focused and well-resourced teams in the ever-growing IMOCA ranks led by two of the best offshore ocean racing sailors, in Jérémie Beyou and Franck Cammas. by Ed Gorman / IMOCA Globe Series Posted 24 Sep 06:09 NZST 2023 5.5m Scandinavian Gold Cup day 3 2023 5.5m Scandinavian Gold Cup day 3 Strong wind stops racing in Porto Cervo The 5.5 Metre Class Scandinavian Gold Cup at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo, suffered more delays on the third day of racing with a strong mistral building during the day and causing all racing to be abandoned. by Robert Deaves Posted 24 Sep 03:18 NZST GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla day 1 GWA Wingfoil World Cup Dakhla day 1 Opening battles of last wave stop in Morocco throw up surprises Day one of the competition saw the race director decide to run the wingfoil competition first in the 15 to 20 knots of breeze and small-to-moderate swells. Thirty athletes—25 men and five women—from nine nations, are competing for glory. by Ian MacKinnon Posted 24 Sep 00:29 NZST "I still think about Vendée Globe all the time" "I still think about Vendée Globe all the time" British yachtsman Mike Golding is back on an IMOCA Ten years after he raced his last Vendée Globe, finishing sixth, British yachtsman Mike Golding is back on an IMOCA, making ready to compete on the upcoming Transat Jacques Vabre, and says he'd still love to do a fifth Vendée Globe. by Vendee Globe Posted 23 Sep 20:45 NZST Clipper Race 2: Hundred Years Cup Scoring Gate Clipper Race 2: Hundred Years Cup Scoring Gate A close battle the points were all to play for right up until the very end The Scoring Gate results are in for Race 2: Hundred Years Cup, and in a close battle the points were all to play for right up until the very end. by Clipper Round the World Race Posted 23 Sep 19:02 NZST Cup Spy Aug 21: Brits get into fencing Cup Spy Aug 21: Brits get into fencing British tried a new style of wingfoil - equipped with 'Fences' designed to impede foil ventilation Two Cup teams sailed - with American Magic focused on boat maneuvers, while the British tried a new style of wingfoil - equipped with 'Fences' designed to impede foil ventilation. Alinghi Red Bull Racing have repurposed their AC75 as a high dive platform. by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ Posted 23 Sep 13:28 NZST SailGP: Wingless Kiwis awarded redress SailGP: Wingless Kiwis awarded redress Skipper Peter Burling disappointed the basis of redress decision calculation NZSailGP Skipper Peter Burling said he was disappointed the decision was based on average points across the fleet, rather than the team's performance so far this season. by Natalie Fortier Posted 23 Sep 11:45 NZST
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